Study Abroad Summer Class in Germany

Study Abroad Modern Germany: Politics, History & Culture

POL 40995/HIST 49195
May Intersession 2012

Study Abroad Modern Germany: Politics, History & Culture

Is Germany an exemplar of democratic stability or a country on the cusp of another crisis? How could a country that gave the world Enlightenment and Goethe also give us dictatorship and war? Where is Germany today and where will it be in the future?

Students will have an opportunity to examine these questions up close and personal by traveling to Germany and visiting the three locations that are the center of Germany's past, present and future.

Visit Frankfurt (headquarters of the European Central Bank), Erfurt/Weimar (birthplace of German democracy) and Berlin (capital of the united Germany).

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Contact Dr. Mark K. Cassell- 302 Bowman, 330-672-8945

Berlin Wall

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